Top 65 Classical Music Masterpieces Everyone Knows, But Not Everybody Knows Their Titles

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The most iconic pieces of classical music you definitely have to know. The greatest instrumental songs that everyone knows, but no one knows the name of, even though almost everyday we hear them on TV shows or in commercials. Mozart, Chopin, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky and much more. This is real classic!


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Every composition from this video exists as a public domain or creative common content.

The fragment of Debussy's "Suite bergamasque" performed by Laurens Goedhart.
Dvorak's "Serenade for Strings" performed by the Virtual Philharmonic Orchestra (Reinhold Behringer) with digital samples.
Liszt's "Liebesträume" performed by Martha Goldstein.
Piano version of Mozart's "Requiem in D minor" performed by Markus Staab.
Satie's "Gnossiennes" performed by La Pianista.
Richard Wagner's "Also Sprach Zarathustra" performed by Kevin MacLeod.
The fragments of Vivaldi's "Spring", "Summer" and "Autumn" performed by John Harrison.


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TV commercials wouldn't be possible if these pieces didn't exist 😄

Author — Eylem xx

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2:26
Who else has this connected to some sort of space exploration or Moon landing?

Author — Martin Vácha

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Old music never died. It's still alive and well, living on in the hearts of those who cherish the truest essence of music, that which touch the souls of countless who listen to the melodies of yesteryear. This music is timeless. I only hope that, when we are all gone, that this music will be long remembered for countless generations to come. And when they listen to the music of our forefathers, they will think back to a simpler time, and the melodious rythms shall carry them aloft, back past our time to the times prior to our own. To their time. And they will remember.

Author — vampireguy24

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0:55 how i would like to be like getting a midnight snack
1:09 how i actually am

Author — Kai :p

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1)00:00 - Tchaikovsky, Swan lake, Dance of little Swans (or cygnets)
2)00:19 - Rossini, The barber of Seville
3)00:26 - George Bizet, Toreador song
4)00:38 - Vivaldi "Four seasons", Summer
5)00:54 - Edvard Grieg - In the hall of the Mountain King
6)1:15 - Chopin, Nocturne in C#m
7)1:36 - Tchaikovsky, Dance of the sugar plum fairy
8)1:48 - Beethoven, Fur Elise
9)2:00 - Johann Strauss II, Wiener Blut
10)2:13 - Dvorak, Symphony no 9
11)2:26 - Richard Strauss, Also sprach Zarathustra
12)2:39 - Mozart, Symphony no 40
13)2:48 - Chopin, Nocturne in Eb op 9 no 2
14)3:08 - Bach, prelude in C
15)3:23 - Erik Satie, Gymnopedie no 1
16)3:38 - Leo Delibes, Flower duet
17)3:48 - Giuseppe Verdi, libiamo ne' lieti calici
18)4:03 - Bach, Orchestral suite no 2
19)4:18 - Boccherini, minuet
20)4:30 - Tchaikovsky, The Nutcracker: Russian dance
21)4:38 - Mozart, Eine kleine Nachtmusic
22)4:55 - Erik Satie, Gnossienne no 1
23)5:15 - Chopin, Nocturne in Bbm
24)5:32 - Johann Strauss II, The Blue Danube
25)5:47 - Chopin, "Minute Waltz"
26)6:00 - Beethoven "Ode to Joy"
27)6:14 - Modest Mussorgsky, Night on bald mountain
28)6:39 - Tchaikovsky, 1812 Overure
29)6:51 - Mozart, Lacrimosa
30)7:09 - Chopin, "Funeral March"
31)7:29 - Tchaikovksy, Waltz of the Flowers
32)7:44 - Jacques Offenbach, "Orpheus in the Underworld"
33)7:58 - Mozart, Rondo Alla Turca
34)8:12 - Bach, Air on the G string
35)8:28 - Johann Strauss II, Tales from Vienna Woods
36)8:44 - Vivaldi, Four Seasons: Autumn
37)9:02 - Rossini, William Tell Overture
38)9:28 - Richard Wagner, Ride of the Valkyries
39)9:35 - Chopin, Revolutionary Etude
40)9:45 - Tchaikovsky, The Nutcracker March
41)9:56 - N. Rimsky-Korsakov, Flight of the Bumblebee
42)10:09 - Beethoven, Symphony no. 5
43)10:25 - J.S.Bach – Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565
44)10:35 - Felix Mendelssohn – Wedding March (from “A midsumer Night’s Dream”)
45)10:46 - P.I. Tchaikovsky – swan lake: act I: No.2 Valse
46)11:07 - Leo Delibes – Pizzicato (from “Sylvia”)
47)11:20 - W.A. Mozart – Piano Concerto no.21 in C major (II Movement)
48)11:31 - Johann Strauss II – Kunstlerleben (Artist’s life) op. 316
49)11:46 - Antonin Dvorak – Serenade for strings (II. Menuetto: Allegro con moto)
50)12:10 - G.F.Handel – Messiah (HWV 56)
51)12:18 - Edvard Grieg – Morning Mood
52)12:25 - Antonin Dvorak – Humoresque Op. 101, No.7
53)12:43 - Giuseppe Verdi – La donna e mobile
54)13:04 - Georges Bizet – Habanera
55)13:20 - Jahannes Brahms – Hungarian Dance no.5 in F sharp minor
56)13:31 - Johann Strauss II – “Fruhlingsstimmen” Op 410 (Voices of Spring)
57)13:44 - Georges Bizet – Prelude to Act 1 for “Carmen”
58)13:57 - Antonio Vivaldi – the Four seasons “Spring” (I: Allegro)
59)14:13 - P.I. Tchaikovsky – swan lake, Act II: No.10 Scene (Moderato)
60)14:33 - Franz Liszt – Liebestraume no. 3 in A flat major
61)14:42 - Claude debussy – Clair De lune (from Suite bergamasque)
62)15:07 - Erik Satie – Gnossienne No.3
63)15:32 - Frederic Chopin – Prelude Op.28, no.4
64)15:56 - Ludwig van Beethoven – Moonligh Sonata

And what do we see? There's only 64 pieces, how tired i am of this lie...

Author — Vyacheslav Ilchenko

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When it's New Years

*Expectation* 12:10
*Reality* 10:09

Author — Yuri Chan

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Imagine classical music without Russians, Germans/Austrians and Italians

Author — Mirko Nikolić

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Can we talk about Mozart's first name "Wolfgang" literally the most badass name ever.

Author — Trash Boat

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8:44 when after watching this video you learned the name of all the pieces (or tried to) and automatically feel more cultured and elegant.

Author — Preußen

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11:50 Vinheteiro in his other musician life

Author — I'm Groot

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I love how you zoom their faces
It makes everything more dramatic

Author — Fernanda Haddad

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people now: logang, floorgang
people then: wolfgang

Author — Shehroz Khan

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You can't really blame people for not knowing the names of these pieces when their named things like "prelude symphony sonata overture suite minuet no. 420 in A-flat minor major for strings, organ, horns and triangle"

Author — Maneme Jeff

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13:34 i can see the scene from Tom and Jerry where Tom flies with that Pink thing omg

Author — Arfaoui heyu

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10:00
If you can play it slowly





You cannot play it quickly
AND NOW GO PRACTICE

Author — GBK Games

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10:24 When your dad catches you still playing games at 3 am

Author — Lucas García

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Let be honest You’ve all heard every single One of these songs but you don’t know any of the names.

Author — Patrick Lakowski

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No joking, I was introduced to classic music when I was a child by Tom & Jerrry, Woody Woodpecker, etc... The cartoons at those times used to have a lot of classical music. Who's with me?

Author — jayson

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12:10 When Jake Paul is finally in jail

Author — Gabriel Rocha

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My music taste has become weirder during quarantine indeed

Author — imo the emo